IN PHOTOS: Lotlot de Leon and Fadi El Soury’s Batangas wedding

PHOTOS: Anna Pingol

PHOTOS: Anna Pingol

Lotlot de Leon now has her happily ever after.

The 47-year-old actress tied the knot with her Lebanese fiancé Fadi El Soury yesterday, December 17, at El Jardin de Zaida in San Juan, Batangas.

The garden resort, which is owned by Pia Guanio’s husband Steeve Mago, was transformed into a dreamy paradise complete with fairy lights and rustic décor that complemented its lush greenery. 

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The bride shed tears of joy moments before she started to walk down the aisle. She was escorted by her adoptive father, Christopher de Leon, and her only son Diego. 


The principal sponsors included (L-R) Nadia Montenegro, Malou Choa-Fagar, Sandy Andolong, Wowie Roxas, and Rommel Gonzales. Sandy is the wife of Lotlot’s father Christopher de Leon.


Lotlot and Fadi didn’t need to look far for the bridal entourage. Serving as maids of honor were (L-R) Lotlot’s children Max, Jessica, and Janine; as well as the bride’s sister Matet. The groomsmen, on the other hand, included Janine’s boyfriend Rayver Cruz and Lotlot’s son Diego (second from right and rightmost, respectively). 
Lotlot’s sister Matet brought along her daughters (L-R) Mia, Mishka, and Michaela. Matet is married to chef Mickey Estrada.

Friends and family cheered on as the couple, who have been together for almost seven years, officially became husband and wife.


The wedding would not be complete without Lotlot’s kids (L-R) Diego, Max, Janine, and Jessica. The four good-looking siblings are Lotlot’s kids with her former husband Monching Gutierrez, whom she separated from in 2008.


Three generations: Christopher “Boyet” de Leon posed with his son Ian and grandson Jaden. Ian is Christopher’s biological son with Nora Aunor, with whom Christopher adopted Lotlot, Matet, Kenneth, and Kiko.
Janine attended her mom’s wedding with her beau Rayver Cruz, who recently transferred from ABS-CBN to GMA-7. 
The women to Lotlot’s right are her biological sisters Donna, Dawn, and Mariah, who flew from the U.S. to attend the wedding. Their American father, Donald Olson, could not attend due to a recent operation. To Fadi’s left are Lotlot’s adoptive brothers Kenneth, Kiko, and Ian. 
The charming El Jardin de Zaida in San Juan, Batangas, was transformed into a romantic garden for Lotlot and Fadi’s celebration of love.
A mix of rustic and Filipiniana details were put up around the venue, creating a beautiful setting for the intimate reception that Lotlot and Fadi will remember for years to come. Three cakes decked in edible flowers matched the blush and green theme the couple selected for their wedding.



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